Learn It, Love It, Live It
With a combination of different professionals here at each of TIA’s four charter school campuses, our main objective is to prepare our K-12 students for the future. Teachers, specialists, and paraprofessionals have a task to accomplish during the ten months of school.
Students have a variety of ways to learn between special projects, clubs, guest speakers, field trips, and more. These opportunities help all students have the chance to enjoy themselves while learning something new.
Each teacher has an enormous responsibility. We enjoy our jobs and being involved with students. This responsibility is commitment and dedication, blended with caring and a bit of inspiration, which will prove that ALL students can and will learn.
Tucson International Academy provides four K-12 charter school campuses to ensure there is one near you.
You can enroll your child for one of our schools using our ONLINE ENROLLMENT FORM or you may visit us at our Main Office: 2700 West Broadway Boulevard. Office Hours are from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Our charter school campuses are located at:
Tucson International Academy Campus – PRINCIPAL: Philip Trejo
– 1230 East Broadway Blvd (south of University of Arizona campus, near the intersection of Euclid and Broadway)
– Phone (520) 792-3255 ext 1300 or (520) 624-3448
Tucson International Academy Midvale Campus – PRINCIPAL: Valerie Enriquez
– 1645 West Valencia Rd Suite 101 (near the intersection of Valencia and Midvale Park Road)
– Phone (520) 792-3255 ext 1200 or (520) 295-3944
Tucson International Academy East Campus – PRINCIPAL: Larry Speta
– 450 North Pantano Rd (near the intersection of Broadway and Pantano)
– Phone (520) 792-3255 ext 1400 or (520)722-9651
Tucson International Academy West Campus – PRINCIPAL Valerie Enriquez
– 2700 West Broadway Blvd (Near Pima Community College West Campus. Near the intersection of Greasewood and Anklam)
– Phone (520) 792-3255
Tucson International Academy believes in preparing students for college.
We expect each graduate to be accepted to a college before graduation!